Taxonomist's Nightmare … Evolutionist's Delight †: An Integrative Approach Resolves Species Limits in Jumping Bristletails Despite Widespread Hybridization and Parthenogenesis
Testing the Relationships between Diversification, Species Richness, and Trait Evolution
Palaeohistological Evidence for Ancestral High Metabolic Rate in Archosaurs
Terrace Aware Data Structure for Phylogenomic Inference from Supermatrices
Estimating Bayesian Phylogenetic Information Content
Species-Level Para- and Polyphyly in DNA Barcode Gene Trees: Strong Operational Bias in European Lepidoptera
Understanding Past Population Dynamics: Bayesian Coalescent-Based Modeling with Covariates
The Identification of the Closest Living Relative(s) of Tetrapods: Phylogenomic Lessons for Resolving Short Ancient Internodes
How Well Can We Detect Lineage-Specific Diversification-Rate Shifts? A Simulation Study of Sequential AIC Methods
A Return to Linnaeus's Focus on Diagnosis, Not Description: The Use of DNA Characters in the Formal Naming of Species
Lost in the Other Half: Improving Accuracy in Geometric Morphometric Analyses of One Side of Bilaterally Symmetric Structures
Taxonomic Quality of Species Descriptions Varies over Time and with the Number of Authors, but Unevenly among Parasitic Taxa
The Invention of Nature: The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt, the Lost Hero of Science (UK). The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World (USA)
Natural Kinds and Classification in Scientific Practice. — Edited by Catherine Kendig.